Wisconsin 7-foot forward Frank Kaminsky has led his team to a second consecutive Final Four trip, and his performance this season has led to him earning AP Player of the Year honors.
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Kaminsky has scored 18.7 points per game while averaging eight rebounds, and he has still managed to keep his shooting percentage as high as 54.9 while drilling 41.5 percent of his three-point attempts.
The Badgers star was also named to the All-American team, and he has continued to produce as such in the NCAA Tournament with 22.8 points and 8.3 rebounds per game.
He is the first Wisconsin player in school history to win this prestigious award, and he received 58 votes out of 65 for the award while Duke center Jahlil Okafor was the runner-up with five votes.
The Badgers are having their best season in history as they hold a 35-3 record with a Big Ten championship.
Kaminsky will face his biggest test of all on Saturday when Wisconsin faces the undefeated Kentucky, who is still the favorite to win the championship.